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Ethiopia constructs first ever waste-to-energy plant in Africa

Ethiopia constructs first ever waste-to-energy plant in Africa

Construction of what would be first ever waste-to-energy plant in Africa is nearing completion. The Reppie project is being built at Koshe dump site in Ethiopia. The plant which is the result of a partnership...
Nigeria seeks funding for Ibom Deep Seaport

Nigeria seeks funding for Ibom Deep Seaport

The Nigeria  government and the promoters of Ibom Deep Seaport have started looking for investors to help in the construction of the project located in the southern part of the country. The Seaport (IDSP) will...

South African mines go silent as coronavirus lockdown begins

South Africa goes on total lockdown from Thursday midnight in what authorities believe will be a major step forward in curbing the new coronavirus pandemic after witnessing a jump in the number of people...
Citizens in six belt and road countries prefer clean energy to coal-survey

Citizens in six belt and road countries roots for renewable energy

Citizens in countries that support the Belt and Road Initiative prefer renewable energy to coal based energy, a new survey has shown. The survey sponsored by E3G and carried out by YouGov is being published ahead...
Kenya's standard agency launches welders certification scheme

Kenya’s standards agency launches welders certification scheme

The Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) has launched a Welders Certification Scheme, a training solution aimed at equipping individuals with competencies in welding based on national and international standards. The scheme introduces a three-year renewable...
Slowdown in construction affects cement consumption in Kenya

Slowdown in construction affects cement consumption in Kenya

Cement consumption in Kenya decreased by 8.2 per cent from 6.3 million tonnes in 2016 to 5.8 million tonnes in 2017, an indication of a slowdown in growth of construction activity compared to the...
Opposition mounts on deployment of Cuban engineers in South Africa

Opposition mounts on deployment of Cuban engineers in South Africa

The decision by South Africa to import Cuban engineers to the country could face a major legal challenge from trade union Solidarity which has already sent a legal letter to the ministry of Human...
Opening of Grand Egyptian Museum set for 2021

Opening of Grand Egyptian Museum pushed to 2021

Around the world, there is a variety of small galleries and museums in the world that pay homage to cultural heritage, local artifacts, and world-class artwork. Interestingly, several of them feature pyramid-shaped structures. Perhaps...
Kangnas Wind Farm construction project begins operation

Kangnas Wind Farm construction project begins operation

Two years after construction kicked-off, Kangnas Wind Farm construction project has achieved its Commercial Operations Date (COD), making it the first bid window four wind farm, in the Northern Cape, to come on stream...
IPP inks deal to build 147 MW Wind Project in South Africa

IPP inks deal to build 147 MW Wind Project in South Africa

Global integrated Independent Power Producer (IPP), Building Energy has announced that it has signed Power Purchase Agreements with Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd for a wind project in South Africa. Under the deal, Building Energy will ...
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